Gardening made easy
Have you been thinking about going out in the garden and getting your hands dirty? Location, location, location. As with real estate, location matters in gardening. Select your region to find advice customized to the area where your plants grow. Planting ideas, maintenance suggestions, care tips, and design guides promise bountiful results for your garden. Nothing tastes as good as home grown, fresh-picked fruits and vegetables. It does not take a lot of skill or space to grow something delicious in the backyard. If you have never vegetable gardened before, you are in for a treat on many levels. Fortunately, growing vegetables is pretty easy and the gardening basics of flowers still apply. People have been doing it forever. The rest you can learn as you go, which is the real thrill of gardening. Overcoming unexpected obstacles and ending the season with a hearty harvest. You literally get to eat the fruits of your labor. Just a warning though, it is addictive. You want to make your vegetables happy, stressed plants will not give you bushels of great tasting vegetables. Most vegetables enjoy the same growing conditions, so making them happy is not a huge challenge. But if your vegetable or flower garden is not convenient, it is going to become neglected.

Here are a few steps to consider in planning a vegetable garden.

The benefits of organic home gardening are many, for the body, the soul and the earth. Growing your own food organically will give you better food than money can buy and keep you in shape while you are growing it. It will save you money on food costs and for some it will even cut out that monthly bill to the gym! By growing food organically (or even buying organic food) you will keep the earth free of poisonous fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides which are destroying our agricultural land and poisoning our earth and water.